The musicians featured on this album met in the fall of 2013. Since then there has been a successful collaboration and a deep friendship. Kamancheh player Kayhan Kalhor, known for his successful albums for ECM and his participation in Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble, finds the ideal travel companions in pianist/composer Rembrandt Frerichs, bass player and Boy Edgar prize winner Tony Overwater and drummer Vinsent Planjer. Together they travel through contrasting cultures and styles and their remarkable instruments merge into an absolutely unique sound that transcends all boundaries and gets an international audience deeply moved. After a large number of sold out concerts at festivals, concert halls, and TV shows in the Netherlands, Iran, and Great Britain, this long awaited album has arrived. The album is arranged in two parts, Dawn and Dusk. Both parts, consisting of several compositions that are woven together through improvisation, are a musical journey through an imaginary autumn landscape. It is music best enjoyed while listening attentively, to be carried along in an initial stillness that slowly develops into a swirling river, only to then calm down again or end in a nightly thunderstorm.